“Elvis Presley’s Extreme ‘Love’ For Teen Girls Led To Suicide”

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David Stanley, Elvis Presley’s stepbrother, claims that the late singer committed suicide. Stanley claimed that Presley took more prescriptions that killed him in “Elvis’ Women,” a new Amazon Prime documentary about the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

The 85-year-old revealed, “Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he just couldn’t take it any more.”

In the series, which debuted in May 2023, Stanley claimed his stepsibling “couldn’t continue” in the midst of fears his supposed relationships with teen girls would be exposed in a book.

Stanley, a former member of Presley’s “entourage,” is said to have been in Graceland when the performer died in August 1977 of a heart attack following a drug overdose.

“His taste for young girls, aged 15 or 16, made me sick,” the stepbrother claimed in the series, calling it a “miracle” that “Can’t Help Falling In Love” singer wasn’t “busted.”

Stanley then, at that point, claimed, “He got away with things most people didn’t, because of his money, fortune, fame and power, charisma and magnetism. Elvis could talk the socks off [of] you.”

The documentary also examines his relationship with Priscilla Presley and includes interviews with women who claim to have been pursued by Presley when he was younger.

In 1967, when the actress was 21 and Elvis was 32, he wed Priscilla. The following year, they welcomed daughter Lisa Marie Presley before breaking up in 1973.

The former couple’s relationship will also be portrayed in Sophia Coppola’s “Priscilla,” which is set to premiered in October 2023.

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Elvis’ domain has gone on record pummeling the forthcoming film, referring to it as “terrible” in an explanation Thursday.

An official stated, “It feels like a college movie.”

For her part, Priscilla has shown her support for the movie by writing on Instagram on Thursday, “I am excited about the interpretation of my book by the masterful Sofia Coppola.”

“She has such an extraordinary perspective and I have always been such an admirer of her work. I’m certain this movie will take everyone on an emotional journey.”

The businesswoman, 78, and her late daughter also backed Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” starring Austin Butler, in June 2022.

“I really didn’t know what to do with myself after I saw it,” Lisa Marie gushed to Entertainment Tonight at the Golden Globes in January, days before her passing.

“It was so incredible and so spot on and just so authentic.”

Following the singer’s death, Priscilla and her granddaughter Riley Keough took part in a fight in court over Lisa Marie’s will, at long last arriving at 1,000,000 dollar settlement this month.

“Elvis would be proud,” Priscilla wrote in a statement at the time.

“My granddaughter, through her counsel, along with my team worked diligently and tirelessly to resolve all misunderstandings as a family.”

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